Christian Life :: This I Believe: Creeds and Confessions

October 29, November 12, November 19
Taught by The Rev. Jim Bennett and Bill Prior
Sundays, 11:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m., Soulé Hall (Bldg 500)

Creeds and ConfessionsIn the Book of Confessions of the Presbyterian Church (PCUSA) there are a dozen creeds or confessions of faith. The earliest, the Nicene Creed, dates to 325 CE; the most recent, the Belhar confession, was adopted in 2016. Some of them are short: the Apostle’s creed is often recited in churches. Some of them are many pages long. What are creeds and confessions? Why were they written in the first place? Why did the church adopt them? Why are there so many of them? What problems were they designed to solve? Do they define faith for the individual believer? For the church? In this series we will look at some of the historical creeds and confessions of our church and attempt to answer some of these questions.

The class series Christian Life will explore how our Christian faith is the basis and foundation of how we live out our lives. All Discipleship classes are designed to build upon one another; however, each class is structured so that you can come when you can.

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